As Trump bars reporters from press briefing, his media war heats up.
Now that Oprah has helped save us from Andrew Puzder’s reign as secretary of labor, here’s hoping she might find some other tapes that might save us from the rest of the miscreants in Trump’s White House.
New Michael Madigan documentary surprises some people who didn’t know the Illinois Policy Institute was behind it.
Journalists and media watchers fret about the role of “false equivalence” in coverage of Trump and Clinton.
For nearly 25 years, she felt like a lone voice. That changed after former Fox anchor Gretchen Carlson’s lawsuit against Ailes.
Michael Ferro nabbed passes usually reserved for the paper’s entertainment reporters.
Tackling the twin fears behind the demagogue’s popularity.
Mayoral resignations are rare in Chicago. That hasn’t deterred protesters and politicians looking to change the course of history.
The mayor says he “welcomes” a federal investigation into CPD—after saying it would be “misguided.”
After Rahm Emanuel’s interview with Politico, Chicagoans have to wonder whether the mayor’s telling the truth about when he saw the video of the McDonald shooting.
Kim Davis isn’t the first Kentucky office-holder to say no.
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Bad idea—the Democratic petition to shut up Rush Limbaugh
National pundits are coming to the startling realization that the city doesn’t love Rahm Emanuel like they do.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel